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iPod touch is the perfect way to carry your music collection in your pocket. Now in 5 stunning colors. Listen to your favorite songs from Apple Music* and iTunes. iPod touch offers the ultimate mobile gaming experience. Take great photos and videos with the new 8MP iSight camera and make video calls with the improved FaceTime HD camera.¹ And stay connected with Messages and the most popular social networking apps. All on a 4-inch Retina display.²
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    What's Included


    • Apple EarPods
    • Lightning-to-USB cable
    • Owner's manual
    • iPod touch 32GB MP3 Player

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    98% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (4322 out of 4439)

    Features


    Ultrathin design available in five gorgeous colors

    4-inch Retina display²

    Apple A8 chip with M8 motion coprocessor

    8MP iSight camera & FaceTime HD camera

    1080p HD video recording

    802.11ac Wi-Fi & Bluetooth 4.1

    Up to 40 hours audio playback³

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    ¹FaceTime calling requires a FaceTime-enabled device with a Wi-Fi connection.

    ²Display size is measured diagonally.

    ³Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles and may eventually need to be replaced. Battery life and number of charge cycles vary by use and settings. See www.apple.com/batteries for more information.


    Customer rating

    Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 4439 reviews

    97%
    would recommend to a friend

    Expert rating

    Rating 3.8 out of 5 stars with 14 reviews

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Exceeded my expectations

      Posted
      RevTJ
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      My iPod Nano, which I loved for its size, capacity and ease of use, died after many years of constant use. It was the perfect size to put in your pocket, didn't need an armband for exercising, and fit nicely in my car system because it had a jack which my iPhone doesn't have. I was really, really annoyed at Apple for discontinuing that size and after looking at possible replacements from other vendors, none came even close. Not in the same universe even. I really hated putting out that much money for a Touch. I'd had one a long time ago and it was nice, but slightly bulky and heavy. Figuring I could always bring it back if I hated it, I got one on sale. Being that I'm already in the Apple IOS universe, loading it with all my playlists, and even apps, was a cinch. If you already have an iPhone or iPad, iOS will set everything up for you just as you have it on either device. All the settings, passwords, everything...done. However, what surprised me was its size, weight and capacity. It's still larger than the Nano (curse you Apple) but I like it. It charges quickly, holds its charge well, and looks pretty slick. Here's what I didn't expect...it has an ACTUAL JACK for my headphones so I can plug it into my car system. I really didn't want to like it and I'm still concerned that it won't be as rugged as the little Nano ( I can see me dropping it on its lovely screen which required getting a screen protector), but even if they made the Nano, I'd still like this for its capacity and other benefits the Nano didn't have.. Oh yeah, being in the Apple universe, if my iPhone rings while I'm listening to music or somewhere where I don't have my phone, I can answer the call on my Touch. Okay, the Nano couldn't do that.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Annoyed by the pile of completely unnecssary Apps

      Posted
      evaevastrong
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      I just need my iPod to do one thing - - be my music player, my STRONG by Zumba class videos player, and Zumba class playlist player. (I am a STRONG by Zumba and Zumba Instructor). All the other dumb battery wasting Apps were a real Pain In The A--. I had to hide them or get rid of them, and I had to shut off every unnecessary function I could to save battery life. I don't know who wants their iPod to be so schizo. It is ridiculous. As with my phone, I just need it to be my phone and to be able to use eMail and some internet on it. A few other functions are suitable for my phone, and that's IT!! I don't want or need my phone to be my mobile computer, or music player, or etc ad nauseum, and I DON'T need my music, video, and class player to be my phone! UGH. Maybe it's an ADD problem in general, that people have to have the illusion that their devices "do everything". Whatever. I think the things cost too damned much, but I needed it, since my Nano didn't have enough memory, and I needed a larger screen for class videos. If there were a less ridicuously luxury-pricey option, I would have jumped on it..... That being said, now that I have "bent it to my will" (lol), it does what I need, and has the amount of storage space that I need. I am responding that I would not recommned it to a friend, because I would rather that a friend were able to spend less for equivalent functionality....

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Good iPod (although I miss the iPod classic)

      Posted
      RobertS
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      After 8 1/2 years of faithful service, my trusty iPod Classic (which I purchased at the Best Buy in Savannah GA on Labor Day weekend, 2008) finally died and went to iPod heaven (the battery died, and it wouldn't work, even plugged in) . I went to buy a new one, and was disappointed they no longer made the iPod classic, so I bought the Touch (I had thought of buying the Nano, but it had only 16 gigs of storage, not enough for my needs). The Touch is really more than I need. I have a smartphone and a tablet that has all the apps that I want to use. All I wanted was something to play my music, which the Classic did really well. However, I must say, the Touch has some features that I really like. When browsing your music, there is an alphabet on the side that enables you to go to songs or artists that begin with that letter (on the Classic, you had to scroll through them). I also like how you can choose to sort your albums by date, rather than just by title. Also, when playing a song, there's a window in the bottom that shows what's playing, so you can browse through your collection, and then slide the window up so you can go back to the song. The only thing that was a bit off-putting was that when I initially downloaded my songs, some of them were not listed where I were on my old iPod. It turns out that iTunes has a listing for album artist in addition to artist, and if there is an entry for album artist, the iPod will list the song by that instead of artist (I basically had to go into iTunes and delete all the entries for album artist so the songs would appear in the artist list as they were originally.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Ipod great for audiobooks

      Posted
      Sandyk
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      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I am an avid audiobook reader. I have been looking for a unit to replace my old Sony Walkman. I would have purchased another Sony but, Sony no longer makes their mp3 players with built in speakers. I have tried other mp3 players for audio books. None compare or hold up. (I listen to over 1000 hours a year and have worn out several.) I finally gave in an purchased the Ipod for my audio books. Although I don't love having to depend on Itunes to transfer books into the Ipod, I do love many of the other features. I love that this Ipod has the built in speakers! This allows me to listen to it at times when i cannot have my headphones on (like when i am straightening my hair). I also love that if I use headphones plugged into the unit, if I unplug the headphones, the ipod stops at the spot I unplugged it. So, if i have my headphones on and my cell phone rings, i can unplug the ipod and plug into my phone and not miss anything that may be happening in the book. (Note, i believe that this ipod has bluetooth capabilities but I don't have bluetooth headset at this time.) I typically get my audio books from the library (for free). I download through Overdrive and then transfer to my ipod through itunes. Another fortunate issue is that even though the book has an expiration date with the library, as long as I get it transferred to my ipod BEFORE that date, it never expires. So, I have about 20 books downloaded to my ipod. I love having a selection of books at all times. I don't use the ipod for music...so I can't really speak to that. But, with the small exception that I don't really care for Itunes, I love everything else about using the ipod for audiobooks. I would recommend you give audio books a try...and when you do, you will love this unit as much as i do.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great, if you can't find a new iPod Classic

      Posted
      Upstater
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      This is Apple's latest version of a device for playing music and podcasts, replacing the discontinued iPod Classic. It has everything offered by an iPhone except the ability to make phone calls. As such, it has way too much for the lovers of the simplicity offered by the old iPod, which was called "classic" for a reason — it was a wonderful invention for the purchase and playing of digital music. But taken on its own terms — with wifi, apps, etc. — the iPod Touch is a great device and offers some nice extras for music and podcasts (like the ability to mark the latter as "played" without connecting to iTunes). If you don't have an iPhone and are in the market for an MP3 player, I would recommend going with the Touch rather than a used Classic -- the extra cost is worth the reliability and functionality. One note: Battery life has never lived up to expectations for the Classic or Touch. If you just want the Touch for music and podcasts, you need to turn off several functions in settings to save battery life. Contact Apple for details. Also, you need to download an app for measuring the percentage of battery life remaining. The device itself only measures what is draining the battery.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      It's a Nice Player but Overpriced and has Drawback

      Posted
      BlueRabbit
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      This 32 Gig player only holds about 18 Gigs of music.That's with absolutely nothing but the startup files that came on the player and never connected to the internet. Its very expensive. It locks up on occasion. I like the Apple music service and have spent a considerable amount of money there. Usually everything goes smoothly but if you have a problem the Apple people are egotistical, bureaucratic and sometimes wrong or clueless. I don't trust their hardware warranty service. I have heard of them shipping back faulty reconditioned product. On a more positive note, the interface is nicely user friendly. The Ipod runs fast. You can speedily move through a large list of singles and create a playlist with ease. I am disappointed to spend so much money on a 32 gig device that only holds 18 gigs of music. However if you have and want to spend that much money on this it is a nice player. If I was to do it again I would save up for the 64 gig. I would also be interested in going with another brand but it does not look like there is much in quality devices just to play music. When I say I would recommend this to a friend that's only because of the lack of decent alternatives.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Nice upgrade

      Posted
      KenR
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      Bought this as both an upgrade for a first generation ipod and as an alternative for having satellite radio installed in new car. Wasn't happy with the location of the satellite antenna or the install process, so decided to get a new IPOD touch instead. Installed ITunes music and set up for using on my new car stereo system via Bluetooth and very satisfied with it. Haven't used many of the other features and apps available with as of yet so can't comment on those, but worth the price just for having all of our music, playlists, etc. available for those longer trips when music is a must and having the convenience of using car stereo controls and screen for playback. I realize most people use their phones in the same manner but did not want to use up most of my phones memory for that, plus with the IPOD touch I can put several thousand songs on it from our collection with a lot of room left over for additional music down the road. And, it does come with a lot of apps and features we have yet to explore or use, and is very light and thin. If you're looking for an alternative source of music for your car or just to use when jogging, walking, etc. I highly recommend it.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great, if you want all it offers

      Posted
      NewWestCoaster
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      With the end of the iPod Classic era, this is Apple's portable music-playing option. As such, it offers far more than the average former iPod lover would want -- everything an IPhone can do except make or receive calls, although it even does offer FaceTime for that! So far, it has operated quite well with the exception of battery life. One of the key reasons I moved on from my iPod Classic was its gradually eroding battery life (4-5 hours of music, podcast playing). However, the iPod Touch does not last much longer, if at all. The various functions of the device put a drain on the battery despite all my efforts to reduce them to the barest necessities (in consultation with Apple Care). If I leave it alone for a few days, with a near-full charge, I invariably return to find the battery almost empty. Hence the four stars instead of five. I bought it as an iPod replacement but have gradually come to appreciate and use its various additional offerings and its much-improved song/artist searching capability. The audio quality is top-notch.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    What experts are saying

    Rating: 3.8 out of 5 stars with 14 reviews

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    • T3 (UK)Rating, 4 out of 5T3 Magazine on December 1, 2015
      Apple iPod touch review: the sixth gen shows there's life in the old dog yet
      Since its launch in 2007, the iPod Touch – Apple's “iPhone without a phone” – has sold over 100 million units, but in recent years it's been forced to watch from the sidelines as the flashier iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch have hogged the limelight.Full Review
    • What Hi-Fi? (UK)Rating, 5 out of 5What Hi-Fi? on October 16, 2015
      Apple iPod Touch (6th gen) 128GB review
      The iPod Touch returns with a few tweaks in tow, but is there still life in the old portable music player?Full Review
    • Techgoondu (UK)Alvin Lai on September 10, 2015
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      Apple has spruced up the iPod Touch with a slew of enhancements, including an improved camera, new colours and a higher battery capacity.Full Review
    • Canadian Reviewer (Canada)Rating, 4.5 out of 5Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla on August 31, 2015
      Review: iPod Touch (2015)
      This isn't your daddy's iPod Classic. The new iPod Touch looks and feels like the last model released in 2012. It features the same 4-inch Retina Display and coloured aluminium rear casing. What's different is what Apple has managed to change onFull Review
    • CNETRating, 3.5 out of 5August 22, 2015
      Apple iPod Touch 2015 16GB, space gray
      It's a welcome update that keeps the Touch competitive with the current generation of iPhone and iPad hardware -- this new Touch will play the latest games and be able to utilize the latest apps that were too taxing on the older hardware, and theFull Review
    • cnet.co.ukRating, 3.5 out of 5Nate Ralph on August 22, 2015
      Apple iPod Touch 2015 review
      Apple released a new version of the iPod Touch without much fanfare back in July, refreshing the interior hardware to be in line with the guts of the iPhone 6. This means the latest iPod Touch has a much faster processor and an improved cameraFull Review
    • BetaNewsBrian Fagioli on August 14, 2015
      Apple iPod touch 6th Generation: A fun and powerful work of art [Review]
      When Apple unveiled the first iPod, it was a game-changing moment. While not the first portable digital music player, it was the first to nail the interface and experience. Later models would feature the legendary click wheel and expand to photosFull Review




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